Category Archives: FZ-16 / FZ-S / Fazer

Hands on with Gear Ratio & Gear pinions

Gear Pinions..

No, we wont write heavy duty automobile stuff. Here at NexGenBikes.com, we concentrate on all issues as end user point a view so in this article we would be very brief about the matter, just to provide a hands on with the stuff which works inside your bike.. All of the Made and built in India motorcycles like, Hero Honda Hunk ... Read More »

How to identify a faulty ball racer / steering (handle bar) bearing

The handle bar or steering bearing / cone set or rather the ball racer is present in all of our motorcycle and bikes. This bearing and cone set is responsible for smooth steering / handle movement thus contributing to the overall handling of the bike. However the bearings need periodical greasing and may need replacement if faulty. How to locate ... Read More »

How to identify / find out / spot sign of faulty chain sprocket

Good vs BAD.. Side by Side..

Almost all the Indian mainstream bikes / motorcycle use chain driven final drive. Where two chain sprockets are interconnected with a drive chain transfer the power from gear box to rear wheel. Different manufacturer provides different tentative life span of the chain sprockets and sets a change interval but this is a wear and tear part, which may last more ... Read More »

How many puncture can a tubeless tire take / endure

Hero Honda ZMR manual 28th page..

Since P220 DTS-Fi came in to the market back in 2007, it brought a new trend of technology with it and with the launch of Yamaha R15 in 2008 this trend became a need. We are talking about the Tubeless tire. All most all 150cc+ bike at present, namely, Hero Honda Hunk / ZMR (18″ platform) Honda Dazzler (17″ platform) / CBR ... Read More »

Sign of faulty timing (cam) chain

Timing chain..

Most of the manual of our bikes (Bajaj Pulsar P150 / P180 / P200 / P220 DTS-i / DTS-Fi or Apache RTR 160 / 180 or Yamaha R15 / FZ / Fazer or Hero Honda Karizma (ZMA) / ZMR / 150cc) seems to be missing the instruction about timing chain replacement. Here at NexGenBikes.com while maintaining all these bikes under ... Read More »

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